How To Sell Without Selling Your Soul: Interview Today

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In challenging times, having killer sales skills is critical…

Problem is, most people hate to sell, even in the best of times. And, most old school pressure tactics are losing not only their appeal, but their effectiveness. Well, what if there was a way to sell more without using the typical sales shtick?

This afternoon, Tuesday, Nov 18 at 2pm Eastern Time, I am going to be a featured guest expert on a call with Elizabeth Marshall, co-author of The Contrarian Effect: Why it Pays (Big) to Take Typical Sales Advice and Do the Opposite (which she wrote with bestselling author, Michael Port).  This book was just nominated for Amazon’s Best of 2008 top business books.

This is not your typical teleseminar…

While you will learn great strategies from The Contrarian Effect, it’s not a call to just pitch the book. Elizabeth is interviewing me about the specific strategies I use to sell the contrarian way, so you will get lots of value from this call.

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In addition to getting good value from Liz and I, you’ll get to meet:

Terri Z, small business expert and founder of, an online resource site for entrepreneurs

This call will be full of actionable strategies to help you sell more effectively, so be sure to join us.  Plus, Michael and Liz will announce a contest they’ve put together, including a grand prize worth $9000.

If you have questions during the call…

Please email Elizabeth Marshall, since she and Michael are hosting me as the guest expert.  You can reach them at: questions @

See you on the call!

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2 responses to “How To Sell Without Selling Your Soul: Interview Today”

  1. Linda Abbit says:

    Hi Jonathan,

    I missed the call, but will there be a way to download it? Hope so! Would like to hear what your voice sounds like after reading so many of your words here. 🙂

  2. Justin says:

    I also missed the call, but I wish I could’ve been on it. That $9000 grand prize is quite enticing, and the information itself sounded valuable.